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18 November 2010
L’Équipe billed it as the 100 years squabble, a century of fierce sporting rivalry seasoned inevitably with the history that links England and France so intrinsically as noisy neighbours.
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17 November 2010
A combination of Spain’s economic crisis, club coffers as empty as Villarreal’s trophy cabinet and the utterly misguided notion that bench-sitting stability is a good thing has meant just two coaches have been fired in la Primera so far this season.
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17 November 2010
FC United of Manchester did well to reach the FA Cup first round by knocking out a Barrow side two divisions above them.
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17 November 2010
Before all greetings cards became a 1950s setting of domestic bliss juxtaposed with a lewd speech bubble, the greetings written inside were sweet and innocent, wishing you all the best with unbridled optimism. One nauseatingly hopeful message became a cliche in its own right: ‘Life begins at 40’.
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17 November 2010
Flamengo, Brazil’s biggest club and current league champions, are facing the humiliation of becoming the first side to win the Brasileiro and go down the following season. Brazilian TV commentator Jon Cotterill looks at what’s gone wrong...
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17 November 2010
Marcello Lippi may have been a man to give the nod to household names, but his successor Cesare Prandelli has preferred to trawl the lesser-known path to unearth Italy internationals.
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17 November 2010
We’re already into the 11th round of the Portuguese League, and it seems a good time to stop for a moment and acknowledge the highs and lows of the league so far. Who has been a revelation? Who is still stuttering? Who has been an utter disappointment? Read on... (Please!)
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16 November 2010
If England fans can hear a rustling from north of the border, it may be Scotland fans rubbing their hands, says Craig Anderson...
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16 November 2010
Pep’s not talking about it. José is keeping his trap well and truly shut for once. Even the players are bored of the whole affair before it has even begun.
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16 November 2010
It is not meant to be ironic, but it is. It may be called El Show de Fútbol, but in truth they actually show very little football.

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